Raised floorings – Crazy Prices!
A raised floor, which is also known as access flooring, raised flooring, or key flooring, is a type of construction where an elevated floor is built over the original floor slab surface of a building, leaving a concealed space between the two floors for the movement of electrical and mechanical services. By using the floor void to manage electricity and internet cables and Hydronic Air Distribution, raised floors are the most economical approach to provide a flexible working environment. Data centers and other business buildings frequently use raised floors, sometimes known as access floors.
Raised Floor System Benefits
- The issue of shear transfer over the diaphragm is addressed by this kind of floor system.
- Systems for raised floors are watertight.
- It reduces the cost of installation in seismically active areas.
- A raised floor structure could be used as the raw product for radiant heating systems that use hot air or hot water to disperse heat. So, It is more effective to heat and cool a building with raised flooring.
- As a final floor finish, the fresh concrete can be sealed, polished, stamped, or stained as desired. Therefore, there will no longer be a need for the additional cost of covering utilized for floors.
- Raised floor systems also have the advantage of being acoustically isolated.
- Elevated floor systems, particularly when paired with concrete roof systems, will increase the lateral stiffness and longevity of multistory buildings in places with high wind hazards.
Considerations for Acoustic and Vibration When designing and building the raised floor system
The dampening of paneling with pillows on pedestals may be necessary to reduce impact noises on floor panels caused by moving or rolling loads. In contrast to panels made of light ceramic, cementitious materials, or wood, hollow panels do not perform properly in this regard. It is possible for sounds to be transmitted through the pavement from one room to another. In this situation, the partition system will need to provide sound transmission attenuation. Manufacturers and design standards do not address vibration transmission, whether it comes from machines, transformers, or other sources. So, to solve this issue, specialists should be contacted.
How Is a Raised Floor with Grid Access Built?
The Grid Raised Accessible Floor Dynamic Cabling Distribution Strategy is the quickest and most straightforward system to install in the industry. A daily installation rate of 1,000 square feet per installer is possible.
How to install it?
- The whole slab is first covered with a quasi-foam Under Sheet.
- Then, Channel Plates and Corner Plates are swiftly distributed along with the steel base pieces, which have 34 legs preloaded on the underside. Similar to Legos, this system assembles quickly and easily.
- There are no staples, glues, screws, or other fasteners required, nor are any tools. The force of gravity keeps the floor in place.
- The movable border elements barely cover the empty space. In comparison to other systems, installing the ramping systems and electrical parts takes far less time.
Why choose us?
Abu Dhabi Floorings is committed to originality and creativity. We are ready to adapt to the quick changes in our sector and are eager to tackle the most challenging issues both today and in the future. Our goal is to support our customers as they meet the dynamic challenges of the modern world. Our wide selection of elevated flooring is made to fit a variety of structures and uses. Each system is created, tested, and built utilizing the CISCA performance approach to ensure that its performance satisfies design requirements.